What can I see on the tour?

What can I see on the tour?

On the LFC Stadium Tour, you will:
  1. Enjoy epic views of the pitch and city landscape from the top level of the Main Stand
  2. Visit the state-of-the-art Home Team dressing room
  3. Practice your interview technique in the Press Room
  4. Pass under the This Is Anfield sign
  5. Take a spine-tingled walk down the Players' Tunnel
  6. Get the chance for a photo in Klopp's seat in the Dugout
  7. Enjoy more photo opportunities of the pitch and Main Stand from The Kop. 
Your ticket includes entry to the Club's interactive museum The Liverpool FC Story, the six European cups, The Boom Room exhibition and a chance for a photo with the four trophies together.

Covid-19 changes to the tour
All areas of the tour route will be open and accessible including press room, dressing rooms, tunnel area, This is Anfield sign, managerial Dug Out and The Kop.  We will be cleaning the tour route much more regularly than normal but do ask all visitors to try to avoid touching any items or surfaces whilst on tour. 

Some parts of the tour might not be fully accessible, and we might ask you to stand back whilst enjoying them, for example the This is Anfield Sign, dressing room shirts, managers dug out seating etc. to ensure that the tour route remains safe and hygienic for all visitors to enjoy.

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